Double Conversation

by Alanna
(Sheffield, Tasmania)

1. Have the participants split up into groups of three.

2. Have them sit with one person in the middle and the others on either side, facing the middle.

3. The participants on both ends will simultaneously hold conversations with the person in the middle as though there was no one on the other side of the middle person. The person in the middle will try earnestly to carry on.

4. Then rotate players.

This can be an excellent game to use when examining working and communicating effectively in spite of distractions, or when discussing multitasking.

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